Call to Action: Opportunities with North Carolina Peanuts Left on the Table
The NC State Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Clinic is looking to recruit a team of students to find sustainable alternatives for peanut shell use, a natural by-product of typical peanut production.
ABM Office of Student Mentoring Expands Peer Mentoring Program
After a successful first year, the Office of Student Mentoring is excited to offer the Peer Mentoring program for Agricultural Business Management Majors again during the upcoming school year.
Advanced Agribusiness Marketing Course Offers Real Experience
In a collaboration with agribusiness firm JCB, ARE 412 students developed and presented real strategic marketing plans to company representatives.
The $103.2 Billion in NC Ag Is About More Than Dollars. It’s About People.
In an opinion piece for the Carolina Journal, ARE Senior Felix Jarvis-Earle recognizes the impact of the North Carolina innovators who made the $103.2 billion milestone possible
Triple Digits: North Carolina Agricultural Impact Tops $100 Billion
North Carolina agriculture rebounds from pandemic challenges and sets a new record for economic impact.
Economic Impact of North Carolina Agriculture and Agribusiness Reaches Record $103.2 Billion
Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler announced that the economic impact of North Carolina’s agriculture and agribusiness industry has topped $100 billion, reaching a new record of $103.2 billion.
Julianne Treme Receives Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor Award
This prestigious award is presented annually to recognize exceptional teaching and mentorship of undergraduate students.
2023 Faculty Promotions and Reappointments Announced
Seven ARE faculty members recently received promotions and reappointments.
How Much Open Space Does an Urban Area Need?
Around 97% of all metropolitan areas in the United States have insufficient open space, according to a new study published in the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.
Cover Crops Help Mitigate Farmer Losses
Results suggest cover crops can keep soil drier and healthier, allowing Midwestern farmers to plant cash crops after flooding.